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Lewis and Clark: What Was Their Value Worth? --Seaman, York, Sacagawea and Pomp Stories

May 3, 2017

The Corps of Discovery was a fascinating group of individuals. But there were four members of the corps that were “valuable” but not paid. Hunt discusses these four members and tells stories of their adventures. She also dispels a few myths about these members.

This program is appropriate for all ages.

Renae Hunt is a native Nebraska farm girl. She graduated from Stromsburg High School and received a bachelor’s degree in education from Utah State University. She attended Gallaudet University for the Deaf in Washington, D.C., and is a qualified American Sign Language interpreter. She has been an active historical re-enactor and worked as a museum educator for several years. She traveled on the Mormon Trail in 1997, and followed the Lewis and Clark Trail as a graduate student in summer 2003. In 2002, she co-founded Traveling Historical Programs Inc., which presented hands-on living history programs and has done educational programs in a tri-state area. She has also been a visiting professor at several colleges and universities.

Funded project of Humanities Nebraska. Humanities Nebraskais a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Time: 1:48 pm

Contact: Ronda Davis Phone: (402) 387-2082
Ainsworth Community Schools Learning Center
520 E. 2nd Street
Ainsworth, NE 69210
United States
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